Tag: bear market

Episode 10: Too Much Stuff. Rising inventories spell the end of high inflation.

As uncertainty within the global economy continues to grow, so do the inventories of major manufacturers and suppliers. On this episode of Breaking Bad Advice, Isaac and Joel discuss what they’re seeing from supplier data, in a rising interest rate environment and what it could mean for consumer prices and company earnings over the next 6 to 12 months.

Episode 8: The Circle of Life…and Death: The Business Cycle

For centuries, economies across the globe have had booms and they’ve had busts. As we all know, the booms are a good time and the busts, well, not so good of a time. But is this normal? Should economies have a business cycle? In this episode of Breaking Bad Advice, Isaac and Joel take a dive into the business cycle as we know it today and discuss the implications of an overly aggressive Federal Reserve, as well as a look at where we are in today’s “business cycle”.

Episode 7: Bearing Down a Bear Market

With the economy seemingly flying into very choppy conditions, the Federal Reserve is doing everything they can to fight off inflation. However, will the rising of interest rates to combat the inflation, send the economy and markets into a tailspin? Is a recession imminent? On this episode of Breaking Bad Advice, Isaac and Joel take a deeper dive into what has got us to this point, as well as what likely lies ahead.

The Coronavirus: A danger to fragile people… and fragile economies, too.

Fragile economies are incredibly vulnerable to external shocks. When an economy has very little savings, massive amounts of debt, and asset price bubbles everywhere, it doesn’t take much to plunge into a recession. The Coronavirus, as it turns out, isn’t just especially dangerous to fragile people. It’s especially dangerous to our fragile economy as well.